Trees are often the centerpieces of a yard or landscape. Besides looking beautiful, trees serve many purposes. They help prevent erosion, produce oxygen, reduce carbon dioxide and provide much needed shade. In fact, a strategically planted tree can even help reduce your energy bills!

Patmore Elm is a large stately, fast growing tree with a vase shaped growing habit. It has dark green foliage that turns a brilliant yellow in fall. Elms are excellent shade trees and native to many part of North America; they adapt well to a variety of soil conditions and are tolerant of most urban situations, including air pollution and salt.

Slender Silhouette Sweetgum is a medium to large size tree with a very columnar crown, remaining narrow even when mature. In fall the green leaves turn into a kaleidoscope of purple, red, orange, and yellow, characteristic of Sweetgum.

Belle Tower® Sugar Maple is adapted well to heat and humidity: its summer foliage stays fresh and bright green in hot weather. Additionally, it has a narrow and upright growing habit that makes it ideal for smaller gardens. In fall, foliage turns a stunning orange-yellow colour.

Copper Curls is a small tree lilac with showy creamy white blossoms and very showy coppery-orange exfoliating bark. Grown either as a single or multi-trunked tree. It is cold-tolerant and able to withstand urban environments (soils and pollution), which makes this an excellent tree for a variety of landscape uses.

Royal Raindrops® Crabapple has uniquely shaped cutleaf foliage that emerge glossy deep purple and maintain their rich colour through summer. Fall colour is a medley of bronze, orange and purple. Magenta pink spring flowers are followed by red fruits that persist into winter.

Shademaster Honey Locust is a large, fast growing, deciduous tree with a pendulous habit. The dark green leaves turn a rich yellow colour in the fall, hanging gracefully from the tree well into the season. It is a popular selection for streetscapes and parks and a great choice for a feature shade tree in a larger garden. Can tolerate a wide range of growing conditions, air pollution and urban environment.

An improved Mountain Ash developed by Michigan State University. A straight growing trunk and uniform upright branching habit. Blooms in late spring followed by red fruit. Dark green leaves with a silvery underside turn orange-red in fall. A unique show piece for today's landscapes.

Beautiful small tree with upright, oval shape. White flower clusters in spring. Attractive, lobed, dark green leaves turn orange red in fall. Fairly slow growing. The red fruit attracts birds in winter. A colorful tree year-round. Native to North eastern Canada and US.

An upright oval tree with ascending branches. Interesting leaves lobed like an English Oak. White clustered flowers appear in spring are followed by orange-red fruit in fall and attracts birds in the winter. A cross between European and Swedish Mountain Ash selected in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Upright ornamental tree, rounded with maturity. White flower clusters in spring. Dark green, lobed leaves turn orange-red in fall. Orange fruit attracts birds in winter. Smooth bark. Useful as a specimen tree for the landscape, parks or as a small street.